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In Other News – November 2, 2010

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Do you remember hearing about that whole big court case over violent videogames that’s taking place in the U, S of A? Well its all going down this week and we have a great link for you below that tells you everything you need to know about what’s going on and why you should care.

Today we have Eliza Dushku (Buffy, Dollhouse) gracing our header image, and in the wonderful words of Toby “Tobuscus” Turner from LikeTotallyAwesome (link below): hothothothothothothot hothothothothothothot hothot. We also have a hilarious video from local show GameState titled “How to make Starcraft 2 better” so check it out and have a few of them lulz that people keep telling you about.

Here’s the news we didn’t post because we were trying to see how long we could say hothohtohtohtohtohtohtoththhot without pulling a mouth muscle.


All you need to know about this week’s violent video game case
Megaman creator attacks Japanese business culture
Epic confirms week long Gears 2 XP in November
Is Google TV due for PS3?
CliffyB: Next-gen will be about “connected” experiences
Resident Evil in the hands of SOCOM team?
Xbox Live update causing problems for some


Why the hardcore gamer is dying
Motion-Controller FPS Done (Almost) right
BattleStrats tests new dashboard audio


Forza 3 Ultimate Collection Top Gear trailer
Call of Duty: Black Ops – Thunder Gun gameplay
Gamestate – How to make Starcraft 2 better

Last Updated: November 2, 2010


  1. So uhm, Nick. Can I have her number? Or are you gonna hog it?


  2. Bobby Kotick for Dummies

    November 2, 2010 at 17:37

    Oh America, violent video game tribunals lol! McCarthyism for games, that’s what it is. If Charlton Heston was still alive he would tell them…


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